What is B CUR qualifications?

B Cur is a degree programme leading to registration by the SA Nursing Council as a Nurse (general, psychiatric, community) and midwife. The duration of the degree programme is four (4) years.

What are entry requirements for nursing?

Diploma in Nursing Entry Requirements:

  • You will need a National Senior Certificate (NSC) or equivalent qualification at a level 3 or 4, depending on the institution, to qualify to study the course.
  • English (50-59%)
  • First additional or home language (50-59%)
  • Four other subjects (50-59%)
  • Life Orientation (50-59%)

What can you do with a nursing science degree?

In addition to registered nursing, individuals with BSN degrees are qualified for many roles, including:

  • Nurse Manager.
  • Health Educator.
  • Case Manager.
  • Quality Coordinator.
  • Director.
  • Pediatric Nurse.
  • Public Health Nurse.
  • Critical Care Nurse.

What is the APS score for nursing?

Prerequisites: National Senior Certificate with university exemption or equivalent; An APS score ≥25; Physical Science or Life sciences or Mathematics at level 4 (at least 50%);

Which courses are still available at UniSA for 2021?


  • Diploma in Policing (98220)
  • Diploma in Accounting Sciences (98200)
  • Diploma in Administrative Management (98216)
  • Diploma in Animal Health (98026 – AHE)
  • Diploma in Human Resource Management (98211)
  • Diploma in Information Technology (98806 – ITE)
  • Diploma in Marketing Management (98202)

Does Nsfas fund bridging courses at UniSA?

This means that NSFAS does not fund part-time studies students or students from private institutions. NSFAS does however fund Unisa students.

Can I do nursing with a D +?

Can I do nursing with a D+? Unfortunately, one cannot get enrolled in KMTC nursing school with a D+. The minimal entry requirements for a certificate in Community Health Nursing is a mean grade of C – in KCSE.

Can I do a nursing degree if I already have a degree?

If you are keen to train as a nurse but have already done a degree in another subject, read on to find out what your training options are. Nursing degrees are also referred to as ‘pre-registration’ courses because, after completing them, nursing graduates can register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).

Can a nurse become a doctor?

Nurses and doctors are both essential parts of the healthcare field and work together closely to ensure that patients receive the best possible care. But a registered nurse (RN) can become a medical doctor (MD), as long as they go through the additional schooling, training, and exams.

How much does a nurses earn?

The average nurse salary is £25,578 within the UK. Fully qualified nurses can expect to earn at least £22,000 rising to over £28,000 on Band 5 of the NHS Agenda for Change Pay Rates. A nurse salary rises when new responsibilities are taken on such as ward sister, ward manager or team leader position.

What kind of nurses get paid the most?

Highest Paid Nursing Jobs:

  • Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner – $107,000.
  • Pediatric Nurse Practitioner – $107,000.
  • Nurse Midwife – $108,000.
  • Pain Management Nurse – $94,000.
  • Nurse Researcher – $95,000.
  • Nurse Administrator – $95,000.
  • Gerontological Nurse Practitioner (GNP) – $95,000.
  • Nurse Educator – $76,000.

What are the requirements for a bcur degree?

The Bachelor of Nursing Science (Education and Administration) [BCur(I et A)] is conferred on students who comply with all the requirements for the degree programme and who have completed all required practical and/or clinical training.

What should my NSC score be for bcur?

In exceptional cases, candidates who do not meet the statutory requirements for admission to a Bachelors degree, but perform very well in the NMMU Access Assessment Battery will be considered for Senate’s discretion admission. NSC achievement rating of at least 2 (30-39%) for Mathematics or 3 (40-49%) for Mathematical Literacy.

What happens at the end of two years bcur?

Candidates who have passed all the modules except one, at the end of the two years will be able to continue with any second-year modules of a regular degree curriculum and repeat one of the outstanding modules with the main stream.

How many credits do you need for Baccalaureus Technologiae?

Modules taken for non-degree / non-diploma purposes also count towards the maximum number of credits allowed. You must take your available time into consideration when choosing your modules, as this will impact your academic performance. You need approximately